May 01, 2012

ProductNote: Typi Folio Case and Wireless Keyboard for iPad2

Nicole Black

If you recently joined the ranks of iPad-toting lawyers, then you’re probably already aware of the limitations of the iPad’s native keyboard—especially if you’ve tried to draft documents longer than a page or two. No doubt you’ve found that although the iPad’s built-in keyboard is functional, it can oftentimes be frustrating and uncomfortable to work with for long periods of time.

For that reason, many prefer to use a wireless keyboard with their iPad. There are many options available, most of which work with your iPad using a Bluetooth connection. Some prefer to use Apple’s wireless keyboard, a standalone, full-size wireless keyboard, while others prefer to purchase an iPad case with a built-in keyboard.

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